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now on jc news. >> nancy died on april 2, 2015, only nancy is not then. >> i'm fighting for my life. >> she was told she needed to show a copy of her death certificate. >> for who for me. >> this is a mess. >> court papers from the church is currently accusing a minister from stealing millions from gold. >> did you steal go from your
father's office. >> and in the handbook it says i'm allowed to have a break to express breastmilk. >> timmy are chasten a story for a woman who is not quite dead yet. >> medicaid and to the said nancy died on april 22, 2015. only nancy is not dead, she is alive and well enters the city. >> i enters the city. >> i am fighting for my life. >> i met nancy for her and cheeks plain to me the sequence of events that made her the walking dead. >> i received a phone call saying that i had passed away on april 2, 2015. >> this started a devastated sequence of events. >> the social security office
says that you are deceased. >> yes and then they sent a letter to my bank, and they told them that i was deceased and when i went to take my money from the bank she said it was negative and everything was closed. she said they got a letter from the treasury that i had been deceased. >> i spent the afternoon with her sitting on the floor, going through the documents that she had and letters from social security. >> they cut my medicare, my medicaid, everything, i have nothing. >> she was able to work with the social security administration that says yes she is alive and she can use that to go to citibank and to open up her
account. >> i have the letter that says i was still alive. >> in order to get her life back she was said that she needed to acquire a copy of her death certificate to find out who reported she was dead, if that person, notarized a letter that said yes she was indeed alive. >> i went to city hall and they looked at me like i was crazy. obviously, i'm here to get my death or certificate, for who? for me. i'm alive. we can't even give you a letter stating that your alive. >> i asked if i could obtain a death certificate for her and they actually remembered her and asked that she come back down and the city clerk met with her and was going to take it to the state and see if there is a death record. what i found out is your death certificate is not kept in your town you live, it's where you
died or where someone claims you died. it could be could be anywhere in the united states. i made two calls one to the emitters social security administration went to the bank. the social security office went, directly on her case but they quickly got in touch with her and started reading in stating her benefits. the representative at the bank was astonished to learn what was going on and they too began working on this. as of this morning nancy's bank account is reopened. >> all good. thousands of people get checks long after they are dead, the inspector general said some people got in checks between ten and 20 years after their death. a lot of that is broad, some of that incompetence. so it took tamra to bring her back from the dead, nice job. >> a bank resented the responded and said that her bank account was never close however because there is a death account death notice on her account she was
not able to make any deposits. where working diligently to make resolution with social security administration. after much back and forth today they finally accepted the social security administration's letter that nancy is alive, in lieu of a duster to get. however this is not resolved yet. i will keep you updated on chasing tamra. >> there is a school bus crass in irvington on thursday at 830 this morning. the school bus with children inside collided with an suv on intersection, the impact through vehicles and to occur. nine children were taken to hospital with no one was reportedly seriously injured. >> arianna said she was iron for wanting to breasts free feed her three month old little girl. so i asked her about her situation at her work. basically.
basically it comes down to break time. the plam out so she would give birth a man return to work in august. in july after giving birth she contacted her employers and told her she was going to need some breaks. >> i'm willing to work whatever they need me but i just need a break. they asked me why and i said because i needed to express breastmilk and i'm breast-feeding so i need to pump in order to have milk for my daughter. they tell me they could not do that for me and my position. >> she was answering phones at the hampton inches she was told by her employer she would not be allowed her breaks in that position and that she might have to move to housekeeping. she said that was fine, any position that would allow her to have a 30 minute break or 215 minute >> the law says that i'm allowed
to have a break no matter what the break is for. i want to use it to express breastmilk. >> she was so last friday by her employers that there is no position available for her. she basically considered she was fired and they had not contacted her. i reached out to the employer went to hampton in. >> at we would like you to leave the property. >> puppy milk is very time-consuming and cumbersome there's a lot of problems with it. the way the labor laws set up it says on paper that all i'm protective but to really accommodate the needs of a breast-feeding mother, the business really has to be willing to accommodate in a way more than you might expect them to need to. i'm shocked that a job like the one that you described that they couldn't do that. >> but then i have to hire
someone else to cover when she's not there. that shift is something you have to be front and center until the public. i think it sounds to me like a recent accommodation could've been a but on the side of the employee the minute you side start getting into the law it forces everybody else. but the real question is why is the presumption always made that breast-feeding is only a best way to feed your kids. i think we need laws around that not everybody agrees with that. >> that's true that not everybody agrees with that but i think if the mother wants to do that she should be given that opportunity to do so. i think it's unfortunate and they wouldn't comment on it or accommodate her. if the most controversial thing i've ever experienced and the most judgmental. if she wants to breast-feed for those first part of her daughter's life i don't think accommodations are unreasonable. >> i went to church and found of life assembly. ron's father the longtime pastor is suing the church for million
seat told the story yesterday. >> it's a mess, my dad has tried to resolve and the news comes back to the churches we are not interested in settling. >> not occurring to the church but today. >> the other side court papers from the current minister accused the old man mr. paul of funding his own retirement by helping himself to church cash. >> and if you see your father passed through put money into his personal account from church accounts can you see how. >> will here's the thing that he's the business administrator. >> why did they throw flag until now? >> how long was he a business administrator? >> as long as i can remember. >> up the pastor won't return
calls or answer the door, or let his lawyer talk to us. this is the basis of the suit. there is a legibly a legibly a 20% agreement for pastor graven with the church for 20% of unattached funds in the church. i was to be allocated, how would that was supposed to be a die don't know. it also says he never took a regular salary from the church in the original suits, the answer from the church denies that he didn't take the salary. they deny everything. they also deny that he lives regally which rudely which is what the pastor said he did do in those suit. he directly accuses ron of swiping millions from the office. >> did you take gold from your father's office and go to texas with it. >> that is something that is a legal matter and i really do not want to discuss. >> and i was at the advice of my attorney.
>> okay, you cannot discuss whether you do that or not. >> right i cannot discuss. >> by this lawsuit the lawsuit is more clear. his son the senior graven owned that gold, they purchased it from personal funds and the church actually took it from him when they lack the old preacher out of his office. all of that is denied by fountain of life church in its response. >> the lawsuit alleges the value of the church is more than $60 million. >> you're talking dollars. >> you're talking about a lot of money here. >> your talk about tithing but this is ridiculous. >> while hank while the church leadership is having this battle over money, what do you see in the church itself. >> they have done a lot of things for underprivileged kids, wednesday night service went on peacefully for the most part. >> i get why they asked me to stop shooting churches sacred to people, it's a very personal thing, as he said i was a little
conflicted about shooting in there anyway but how well served are these people and their reality when the hierarchy of the church is a battling over middle of dollars. >> what's the next step question work. >> were going to have to find out when it has its next appearance in court but when everything the plaintiffs said denied by the defendant. years on this, they may spend more and lawyer fees than anyone gleans from it. treasure hunt. >> my next chase is going to be a cold beer. >> working among the dead at $10 sure. >> is there fire at the
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